In line with Company guidelines, the Sous Chef ensures high standards of food production and presentation, including portion and quality control.
|COMPANY NAME||MSC Cruises|
|JOB TYPE||FULL TIME|
|SALARY||Depending On INTERVIEW|
|QUALIFICATION||Graduated from a hotel school|
|APPLY FOR JOB||CLICK HERE|
•Supervises all food preparation and presentation as instructed by the Executive Chef;
•Ensures the food score, together with the Assistant Maître d’hôtel, by monitoring the results and by implementing new measures to improve it;
•Ensures all activities and dishes are prepared in precise accordance with recipes, pictures and manuals;
•Is responsible for the preparation of the all special dietary requirements;
•Provides continuous training and leadership and instructs of how to keep the working areas clean and sanitary;
•Participates to meetings as required: sanitation briefings, food production meetings, etc.
•Prepares necessary reports and provides feedback for improvements to the Executive Chef.
•Fluent English. Knowledge of any other language is an advantage;
•Graduated from a hotel school;
•Certified in Food Safety (Equivalent to Food Safety Professional Certificate or Diploma);
•Great knowledge of VSP Manual, Shipsan Manual, Anvisa regulations;
•Very good communication skills (both verbal and written);
•Proactive and able to work under pressure, also in stressful environments;
•At least 2 years’ experience as Sous Chef or at least 3 years’ experience as 1st Cook Chef de Partee in the cruise line or an international 5-star Hotel or similar major resort;
•Proven ability to work in a harmonious productive team;
•Understanding of various cooking methods, ingredients, equipment and procedures;
•Excellent record of kitchen and staff management;
•Accuracy and speed in handling emergency situations and providing solutions.
• Possess a valid passport and when possible a seaman book copy;
• STCW95 certification is compulsory (basic fire fighting, personal survival techniques, elementary first aid, personal security and social responsibility);
• A recognized medical certification is also required before starting to work on board.